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the debates. it was one of the things that i think rick perry didn't forget. get rid of the energy department, the department of education. now here is the thing -- the point i'm trying to make is that an education base you can legislate class size, how many books are available, food they get to eat, but you can't force par rental connection to the child. >> but would you agree we have a parental absence crisis? >> hal: no, i don't. i think there are critical groups, and usually they are either super rich or upper rich people who ignore their children and you get these kind of columbine type of ignored kids who are acting out and have all of these resources to act out, adam lambert -- >> lanza. >> hal: thank you. they were very well to do -- >> yes and i think the divorce of the parents there was a lock of oversight. it sounded like the mother had control over his day-to-day. >> hal: but there are lots of situations like that and those kids don't go shoot someplace up. it's really about what experience they have day-to-day. the newtown shooter, you have thi
that work out? oh, oil companies get the revenue. that's like the key stone pipeline, yeah, energy for america, from condition da that gets to the gulf and goals out to the world market by private industries, how does that help me again? oh yeah, my tax dollars has to pay for clean up if a pipe bursts in the middle of our country where we get most of our water from. another list of dumb ideas. the other one was let's see my favorite lie is the implicit one that iraq would be just fun after sadaam was deposed. let's go to ike in charleston. we got ike on the line. we love ike. how are you? caller: hey brother. as a side up front don't forget you got to deliver that message to kathleen madigan. hal: i made it out of construction paper and chocolate. believe me, she's going to get it. caller: behind that, my favorite iraqi lie, you know, the war it's kind of like lays potato chips, there's so many of them, it's hard to pick one. tongue in cheek i never understood why people getting so upset about people buying cake and n. jacki: ger. then i find out about yellow cake and i'll say the
our long-term debt problem. the president doesn't. we want to unlock our energy resources to put more americans back to work. the president doesn't. >> michael: the president is entering hostile territory now. joining me now is charlie pierce he comes to us from boston, welcome back into "the war room." >> thank you. >> michael: most people are distracted by the new pope today. will the president or republicans benefit more from this quincecoincidence. >> there was no white smoke coming out of the white house today i'll tell you that. that process has broken down. and the notion that the republicans are interested in balancing the budget is laughable. they are interested in cutting taxes for rich people. they are not interested in balancing the budget. reagan taught them deficits don't matter. >> michael: and that's it and they just keep doing the same thing, and now it appears the polling is letting us know that the president's offensive is going down what does this say about the president? and this idea that the white house had? >> i think the -- the rea
, and shifting to clean renewable energy like solar and wind. >> cenk: john, we know climate deniers, and john mccain scores zero on the climate change. is the president or the vice president doing nearly enough to combat climate change? >> no, they're not. the oil and gas industry is spending money on the democrats too. it's difficult to get anything donality all in congress right now, but that's no excuse. we need more leadership from congress than we're seeing right now. >> cenk: i want to show the audience in case there is any ambiguity. two top marine biologists talking about this. >> you have to be a liar or crazy, we have to do something on the climate change. we are responsible for the climate change today that's for shoes. >> we should not kid ourselves that that will not have consequences. we don't necessarily need to--it will change the world as we know it. >> cenk: we've got 97% of the world screaming at the top of their lungs we're destroying the planet. it's not like president obama doesn't know that. he knows it. they still don't do much about it. so are our politicians fundamental
and environmental misdeeds. they had a great story two years ago looking at their connections to the energy and commerce committee. number two, charles koch is famous in the business world for being personally interactive with all of his investments political and in business. we saw a scandal about a year ago where when koch gave contributions to florida state university. in in turn florida state university department that he funded had to run by research projects through koch for approval to go forward. there are reasons to suggest that if the koch brothers do buy the l.a. times they might not respect the journalistic integrity of that paper. that. >> michael: is that the way they work with retribution. >> not being able to take out presidentpresident obama from the white house, they ordered a top to bottom list of all these groups that they fund. charles koch said he's going to start firing people who didn't do a good enough job at defeating barack obama. that cast a doubt for ease other groups that are already under the control of koch brothers. the evidence suggests that he does have th
hours planning how to divvy up iraq's oil? >> i certainly think that's true. whenever we discuss energy security or regional interest, we're talking about oil. he is one of the more fascinating characters in this drama. the last time i saw mr. chalibi he was in iraq, actually running for prime minister of iraq. the way he ran was going to a radical shiite mosque. he began talking about how he wants to kill all the baathista throughout this is at the same time they are supposed to be forming a unit government. this is a notorious kind of criminal type, but also very charming. he knows a lot about the orchestra and fine art. he can talk to guys like richard pearl, wolf wits. he gets put off as a villain but i think it also has to be pointed out that the people, the know yo cons, guys like cheney wanted to be sold the story he was telling. cenk: catherine general john adams who is the head of central command uncharge of iraq said of course it's about oil. it's very much about oil and we can't really deny that. alan greenspan federal head of the federal reserve said: cenk: as you look at th
there is a ton of energy on the ground there volunteers donors supporters across the state who are ready to have their voices heard. so the context is going to depend on a couple of key factors, and some of that is how fast can we get the atmosphere at the local level to get a great statewide candidate to get out there and run and take the risk and step up that will accelerate the process a little bit. but it's a short-term thing and it's not going to happen tomorrow. it is going to take organizing on the ground to get it done block by block, precinct by precinct, county by county. but if we don't want today the process will be too long, so we have to speed up the process. >> michael: republicans are upping their game they say when it comes to data and digital, we hear reince priebus lay out that plan this week. let's listen. >> we're going to be working on an open-data platform. where we can build data-driven apps using a common api, think of it like apple and the app store. >> michael: are you at all worried that republicans are going to catch up? and what are you
. it is increasing oil. it will provide 45% of all new oil worldwide by the international agencies energy estimate over the next decade. the country has a real chance and hope that it never had under sadaam hussein. i would say that's a plus. >> jay carney said today while the iraq situation remains a challenge, there is a potential for a much better future than its past. do you think he's right? >> we don't know yet. we tend to focus on the first or second election where the most important ones are the third and fourth. do the people in power now peacefully transfer that power to somebody else. you've got a shia dominated government in order for iraq to get over it's tensions, it's got to give the sunnis a role in the political sphere. will they do that going forward. we tend to think when the war ends or when the troops leave object with your interest departs. this is going to be a generational drugle for iraq. it's going to take 10 years or more to get to the point that jim jeffery hopes and i hope that they do. we've got to be there to help them. >> do you think folks living in iraq right now
talking about america's energy policy and the need particularly to get into renewable energy at 1:30 this afternoon. coming back to washington arriving back at the whitehouse late this afternoon at knife:35 p.m. -- 5:35 p.m. no briefing at the whitehouse today. there will be a gagel with reporters aboard "air force one" more coming up right here. >> this is "the bill press show." >> bill: say, good morning, friends and neighbors. it is friday march 15th. good to see you today. thank you for joining us on the "full-court press." welcome to the program here on current tv. we are live all the way across this great land of ours bringing you the news of the day and giving you a chance to comment. you do so by giving us a call at 866-55-press, or joining us on twitter @bt show or on facebook at facebook.com/bill press show. we are still keeping our eye on the new pope, pope francis spending his first day yesterday going out in one little car, no great big motorcade to pray at a shrine to the blessed mother. on the way back to the vatican he stopped at his ho
, the president doesn't. we want to unlock our energy resources to put america back to work. the president doesn't. but i hope these kinds of discussions can continue -- >> stephanie: that made no sense at all. >> we need more oil spills and more dead poor people. but it was a good start. >> stephanie: how it is a good start. the boner one more time. >> i thought we had a very candid and frank exchange of ideas, and frankly i think it was productive. >> frankly. productive. as long as we get rid of more tax cuts for orange rich people. >> stephanie: margaret in texas. hello margaret? okay. scott in massachusetts. she was enjoying the show at least. hello, scott. >> caller: hi, stephanie. i love the show. i'm so glad to find it. i'm glad you are not talking to the pope so much -- >> stephanie: are you eggs me on. don't make me do it, scott. >> caller: i'm not going to troll either way on that one, but i just wanted to say when i was growing up i finally talked catholic friend of mine who was a little bit older, and he explained to me that the catholic church does not allow cont
on alternative energy. he is going to ask for $2 billion over ten years. the money would come from royalties from offshore drilling. rob portman has changed his stance on same-sex marriage because his son is gay. he said his son will came out to him back in 2011 and then he realized he wanted his son to have the same opportunities as everyone else. senator portman was a potential date for romney last year. he was a sponsor of the 1996 defense of marriage act. he now says that voters in each state should have the right to approve same-sex marriage should they so choose. and mitt romney is speaking at cpac today which has plenty of allies and conservative activists wondering why. they wonder what he could possibly say that would have any impact or be of any interest. we're back after the break. stay with us. ♪ going to do the young turks. i think the number one thing that viewers like about the young turks is that we're honest. they know that i'm not bs'ing them with some hidden agenda, actually supporting one party or the other. when the democrats are wrong, they know that i
could do it. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ or just go to e-trade and save it. boom. ♪ ♪ the natural energy of peanuts and delicious, soft caramel. to fill you up and keep you moving, whatever your moves. payday. fill up and go! [♪ theme music ♪] >> announcer: ladies and gentlemen, it's the "stephanie miller show"! ♪ i'm walking on sunshine woe ho ♪ ♪ i'm walking on sunshine, woe ho ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ ♪ hey all right now ♪ ♪ it's time to feel good ♪ >> hal: all right. here we are on the "stephanie miller show." it's hal sparks filling in this week, and of course jacki schechner doing cute news stories -- well taking cute news stories and making them cut. >> and i did for national new tradition month make wasbi almond covered in chocolate. and they are wonderful. travis suggested she try it with wasbi i tried them over the weekend they are delicious. >> hal: and i actually cooked my own -- i made eggs in a hole you know? >> oh, yeah. >> hal: and use olive bread, and then i use -- this is a trick if you ever make eggs in a hole and you have a kid in the hou
-- operation of energy grids and it's wrong to shed these public employees these every day here rose -- these are the people -- cops who run to the crime scene when all of the rest of us run from it firefighters running into the burning building when we're trying to get out and we're cutting people. >> bill: isn't that a more important goal than just saying oh, we're going to balance the budget? >> that's right. and it clearly is at it clearly is to the american people. we focused on debt and deficit as though growth is the most important element. people want to work and the more people that work the lower our deficit is. >> bill: let the debate begin and at least you are coming up with some new ideas, not the same old stale ideas that we saw from paul ryan. congressman, thank to all of our friends from vermont. >> announcer: this is the "bill press show." ♪ compelling true stories. >> jack, how old are you? >> nine. >> this is what 27 tons of marijuana looks like. (vo) with award winning documentaries that take you inside the headlines, way inside. (vo) from the
, trying to address things like that, they say we will start alternative energy companies. you are seeing people go at and try to create direct solutions to challenges as opposed to, you know, kind of rallying it. >> don't you think there is a difference between trying to do something on facebook or trying to do something on twitter and actually out there getting your hands dirty? >> sure. but i think there is also, you know, the same number of people who are out there doing, you know incredible activism. that number is the same. what's different today is that there are more people at a younger age who will have direct exposure to the social issues and social problems than ever before. there is a tendency to criticize, oh, well, it's only on facebook to so that shouldn't matter. the fact is, more people have awareness because of that. more people are connected to these issues. everything we know about how people develop and form their habits and grow over time suggested people are introduced to these con cests before they turn 30, they are going
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